NURS 460 Medical/Surgical Nursing II

Explores nursing care as it is provided to adults in inpatient environments; the focus of care is on the individual with acute and emergent medical surgical problems. Knowledge of pathophysiology, pharmacology and the application of evidenced-based nursing research are incorporated in the planning and implementation of nursing care. In-depth critical thinking and judgment skills are demonstrated. Clinical included (45 hours). Fee: $35

Credits

4 credits

Prerequisite

Must meet all progression criteria for fourth-year status in the nursing major as outlined in the University catalog including a grade of C or better in all required 300-level nursing courses

Offered

Fall

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